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GHPGreater Houston Partnership (Houston,TX)
GHPGeothermal Heat Pump
GHPGlobal Health Programs (various universities)
GHPGeorgia Health Partnership
GHPGo Home Productions (UK)
GHPGeisinger Health Plan (Danville, PA)
GHPGlobal Humanitarian Platform (International Council of Voluntary Agencies; Switzerland)
GHPGlomerular Hydrostatic Pressure (urology)
GHPGood Handling Practices (food safety)
GHPGood Hygienic Practices
GHPGovernor's Honors Program
GHPGeneric Host Process
GHPGroup Health Plan, Inc.
GHPGrand High Priest
GHPGirmit Heritage Party (Fiji)
GHPGreatest Happiness Principle (utilitarianism, ethics)
GHPGeoExchange Heat Pump
GHPGEWEX Hydrometeorological Panel
GHPGreater Helsinki Promotion
GHPGulf Hydraulic & Pneumatic
GHPGas Horsepower
GHPGood Hand Partner (gaming)
GHPGeorgia Highway Patrol
GHPGlobal Health Productivity
GHPGoogle Home Page
GHPGESAMP Hazard Profile
GHPGlast Heim Prison (Ragnarok)
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The credit for geothermal heat pump property is claimed by filing Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits, and attaching it to the taxpayer's individual income tax return.
in Leicester, as they look over the newly installed geothermal heat pump system.
Geothermal heat pumps provide an efficient and reliable option for residential, commercial, and institutional building owners by exploiting the nearly constant temperatures found beneath the earth's crust.
Shipments of geothermal heat pumps decreased 15 percent during 2000 to less than 36,000 units.
Each geothermal heat pump has a copper-nickel heat exchanger for direct well water, with motor shut off and preset auto-flow regulator valves.
This allows the floor slab to absorb some of the peak cooling load and thereby reduce the peak cooling load on the geothermal heat pump energy plant.
Geothermal heat pump systems are gaining prominence because of the move toward more efficient, sustainable building practices and the rapidly rising costs of fuel.
In rural areas, ground space to install geothermal heat pump systems should be readily available, and tax incentives may encourage their use.
It's a common-sense approach to heating and cooling a building," says Clark, a Connecticut architect who installed a geothermal heat pump in his 5,200-square-foot, 300-year-old home more than a year ago.
See Figures 1 and 2 below to note the impact on entering water temperature on typical geothermal heat pump cooling efficiency and cost.
Provider of high technology heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions Carrier Corporation on Wednesday announced the acquisition of a controlling interest in Shandong Fuerda Air Conditioner Equipment Co Ltd, a water source and geothermal heat pump company based in China.
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